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Posts tagged “el calafate

Torres del Paine

One of the main focuses of our trip to South America was a trip to Torres del Paine. TDP is a national park that, despite being in a remote southern point of Chile, celebrates international acclaim and is visited by many foreign and local visitors every day. We visited this park during one of the busiest, but warmest, months of the year.

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1 down, 9 to go

Its been about a week since I left the states and my mind isn’t used to the idea that I am not done. It has been programmed to expect 7 to 9 day vacations and I’m happy to know that I am only 10% through.

The week was jam packed since we are trying to fit in as much as possible while Ange is here (until 1/24). For this reason, we haven’t had much downtime and I’ve had no motivation to type too much on my Android tablet. Well today we are returning to El Calafate from a short 2 nights in El Chaltén on a 3 hour bus and this seemed to be a good way to pass the time.

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